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. >>> department of justice is suing texas over voting id law requires voters to show identification in voting booths. the justice department claims the law violates the 1965 voting rights act and the constitution 14th and 15th amendments. texas passed the law back in 2011 but did not implement it until the past june when the supreme court struck down the key provisions on voting rights the act that prevents states from changing election laws. >>> this is a little more laid back right now. the best 11 days of summer kick off today. you can enjoy fried food and fun ride and great entertainment and in a few hours the maryland tate fair will be officially be opened for business. who better than the o's. roosevelt leftwich. tie is off and jacket is off and you look good and relaxed. >> reporter: that's one of the -- you have to have the boots but you know what, this is going to be a mom to be. she is going to have-- i know megan had twins but she is going to have from 6 to 16 piglets out here. it's just this is a birthing area for the maryland state fair and there's nothing but pregnant moms, we h
video monitors. but for one family in texas, the parents were not the ones checking on their kid. mark gilbert believes someone hacked the router and his camera. and he says he first heard someone's voice and he went into his daughter's room and the camera moved onto him and he realized where the noise was coming from. what's worst is what the hacker was calling his young girl. >> he said wake you will allison. [ beep. [ brag and -- beep ] and as a father i am supposed to protect her but it's a little embarrassing but it won't happen again. >> he says the hack core see the daughter name on the wall which is how he knew what to call her and the only saving grace was that his daughter allison was born deaf and didn't hear a thing. good morning maryland at 5 begins right now. >> you're watching the station that works for you now good morning maryland. >> new this morning tragedy at a ball park in atlanta. a fan falls to his death find out what police say happened and what they are investigating today. a live picture as we start this tuesday morning our area under a flash flood watch. what
jersey. and there are several other newly minted millionaires today. in colorado, texas and oklahoma, power ball ticket holders earned a 2 million dollar prize. and there were one million dollar winners in a total of 16 states. as for white he says he's been bank on this win for a while -- banking on this win for a while and something he joked about in a game with his siblings. >> the description was the financial plan was consisting of playing the lottery and everybody picked my name and they thought it was funny then. whose right now? >> reporter: he says one of the first purchases will be a 63 impala for his 80-year-old dad and as for the stores who sold the winning ticket the lottery has bonuses for them and thisstop and shop will donate 309,000 dollars mmunity. lindsey davis abc news. >>> lends yea -- lindsey reported winners in other state. lottery officials say one million dollar ticket was sold at dunkirk fast stop on southern maryland boulevard the 8th, 2nd tier power ball ticket sold in maryland this year. time for a check on the weather. it doesn't feel like we hit the jac
on the national stage, one an army major accused of gunning down soldiers at fort hood in texas. nadal hassan is charged with murder and premeditated murder. his trial came to an abrupt end when his lawyers wanted to withdraw from the trial. they say they can't sit by and watch what's going on. hassan is representing himself but allowed defense lawyers to serve in a standby capacity. >>> in the meantime, the jury continues deliberating today in the racketeering trial of james whitey bulger. jurors must sort through forensic images, guns, even bulger's 700-page informant file. the alleged mob boss is accused of 19 murders along with several counts of extortion and money laundering. the jury must decide whether those crimes contributed to a rain of terror in boston. >>> the thieves accused of targeting female shoppers in anne arundel county are behind bars. the two are charged with multiple theft and credit card offenses. police say that the two would distract female shoppers at grocery stores and then steal their wallets. detectives also say the pair are suspects in similar cases in d.c., vir
of going on a shooting rampage in for the hood texas could give his case today. major nidal hasan says he plans to call no witnesses. 13 people were killed during the 2009 attack. he is acting as his attorney but questioned three of the prosecution's 90 witnesses. >>> this morning we may learn more about a woman found
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